Juvenile Judge Running for Chancellor

Anderson County Juvenile Court Judge Brandon Fisher has announced he is running for chancellor. William Lantrip now holds that post but has announced he’s retiring at the end of his term. Fisher, 34, will be a candidate in the May Democratic primary, Knoxnews reports. Fisher was first appointed juvenile judge in January 2010. A native of Clinton, he earned his law degree from the University of Tennessee College of Law. After law school, he became a partner in the law firm of Cantrell, Cantrell & Fisher and maintained a private practice until joining the bench.

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